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A care-cloth: or a treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage

A care-cloth: or a treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage

intended to aduise them that may, to shun them; that may not, well and patiently to beare them. By William Whately, preacher of the word of God in Banbury, in Oxfordshire.

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Published by Printed by Felix Kyngston for Thomas Man in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian life -- Early works to 1800.,
  • Sermons, English -- 17th century.,
  • Marriage -- Religious aspects -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCare-cloth, Treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage., Mortification., Charitable teares.
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1016:6., Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1160:12., Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1160:13.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[16], 262 p.
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18474837M

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A care-cloth: or, A treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage, intended to advise them that may, to shun them; that may not, well and patiently to beare them London, Imprinted by Felix Kyngston for Thomas Man, A care-cloth: or a treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage: intended to aduise them that may, to shun them ; that may not, well and patiently to beare them.

By William Whately, preacher of the word of God in Banbury, in Oxfordshire. A care-cloth, or, A treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage: intended to aduise them that may, to shun them; that may not, well and patiently to beare them / by William Whately, preacher of the word of God in Banbury, in Oxfordshire.

A care-cloth: or a treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage intended to aduise them that may, to shun them; that may not, well and patiently to beare them. By William Whately, preacher of the word of God in Banbury, in : William Whately. blessing and comfort that marriage yields demands a response of praise and thankfulness to God.

Therefore the first stone to be laid in the foundation for a good marriage is trusting in Christ as our Savior. In the dedicatory epistle to Henry Scudder’s treatise.

A Care-cloth, or a Treatise of the Cumbers and Troubles of Marriage. London: Felix Kingston for Thomas Man, A Christian ,Author: Amy Kenny.

‘A Care-Cloth; or a Treatise of the Cvmbers and Troubles of Marriage,’ London, 9. ‘Sinne no more,’ London,4to (a rare sermon, preached upon the occasion of a fire which on Sunday, 2 Marchdestroyed almost the whole of Banbury town).

These stones as feoffees weep in trust. It's William Whately that here lies, Who swam to's tomb in's people's eyes. Whately was endowed with a lively spirit, a solid judgment, and a vast memory. He was a hard student, a constant preacher, an excellent orator, and.

specifically with 'the cumbers and troubles of marriage', he set out at length the consequences of over-hasty or ill-considered wedlock: it comes to passe, that marriage prooveth to many, just as the stocks unto the drunkard; into which, when his head was warme with Wine or Ale, hee put his foot laughingly.

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Care-Cloth (), "as boyes into a crowd, to see some sport, never where in his tract—subtitled A Treatise of the Troubles and Cumbers of Marriage—Whately warns his readers that the "trouble and adver sitie" of marriage extend beyond the relationship between husband and wife: "[A]ny estate," he explains, that "doth occasion any person.

sacred condition of equality" - how original were Puritan doctrines of marriage?', Social History, v (May I), 10 William Whateley, A care-cloth: or, a treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage (London.

A care-cloth: Or, A Treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage: Intended to Advise them that may, To shun them; that may not, well and patiently beare them () Together with other sermons pp 4° T12 (4) Th Philip Stubbes.

Full text of "Biblical hermeneutics: a treatise on the interpretation of the Old and New Testaments" See other formats. 14 William Whately, A Care-Cloth: Or a Treatise of the Cumbers and Troubles of Marriage (), p.

Cited by: Whately, William: A Care-cloth: or The Cumbers and Troubles of Mariage []. Amsterdam & Norwood: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum & Walter J. Johnson Whately, William: The Example of Adam and Eve []. - Emerson, Everett H.: English Puritanism from John Hooper to John Milton.

Durham: Duke University Press A Care-Cloth; or a Treatise of the Cvmbers and Troubles of Marriage, London, Sinne no more, London,a sermon preached on the occasion of a fire which on Sunday, 2 Marchdestroyed almost the whole of Banbury town.

The Poore Man's Advocate, London, The Oyle of Gladness, or Comfort for Dejected Sinners, London,   William Whately, English Puritan ( -- ) was a noted early 17th century divine. He wrote A bride-bush: or, A direction for married persons. Plainely describing the duties common to both, and peculiar to each of them.

By performing of which, marriage shall prooue a. Whately, William A bride-bush, or a wedding sermon A care-cloth: or a treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage Gods husbandry: the first part ; 2 pts. The oyle of gladnesse. Certaine sermons Prototypes or the primarie precedent a In his other work on marriage, A Care-Cloth: or a Treatise of the Cumbers and troubles of marriage: Intended to advise them that may, to shun them; that may not, well and patiently to bear them (London, ), is mainly a warning against the difficulties of marriage, perhaps because the strictness of English divorce law constrained Whately to.

Full text of "A treatise on the science and practice of midwifery" See other formats. A treatise on the law of divorce and annulment of marriage: including the adjustment of property rights upon divorce. —Alexander Niccholes, A Discourse of Marriage and 'Wiving Equals to equals, good to good is joined.

—Per., Sc. 9, 88 BESIDES expecting sufficient maturity in brides and grooms, the Eliza­ bethans also shrewdly calculated other desirable qualities. Such factors as rank, lineage, family, power, wealth, education, appearance, health,Cited by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

William Whately, A care-cloth: or, The cumbers and troubles of marriage, The English experience, its record in early printed books published in facsimil, A Warning for Fair Women, ed. Charles Dale Cannon, (The Hague: Mouton, ), According to the Book of Common Prayer, the purposes of marriage are: (1) the procreation of children, (2) the restraint and remedy of sin, and (3) mutual society, help, and comfort.

Some early Puritan works on marriage maintained this order, but the Puritans gradually moved the third purpose to first place. When Two Become One - The Miracle in Marriage, John del Buono, Barbara Del Buono Death of Christ, - A Book for Beginners, Gerald D. Schmidt, Brian W.

Payne Love Is a Long Shot, X Prehospital Emerg Care Cloth&emt Achiev Pkg. Among the rest, I well remember that even in my youth (and since much more) the writings of Mr. Whately were very savoury to me: especially his New-Birth (), his Care-cloth: Or A Treatise of the Cumbers and Troubles of Marriage (), and his Sermon of Redeeming the Time.

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